Adenomyosis is a condition causing the uterus to become enlarged. The condition can cause menstrual cramps, lower abdominal pressure, bloating before periods and heavy periods. It’s mostly diagnosed in middle-aged woman and women who have had children. Obstetrician and gynaecologist Mr Michael Booker tells us more.
A well-woman clinic is designed to make it easier for women to access speedy diagnostic and treatment services for a range of common issues. Expert consultant gynaecologist Dr Fakher Gendy tells us what kind of problems someone can have investigated at a well-woman clinic and what to expect from the service.
Obstetrician/gynaecologist Mr Shane Duffy shares his advice about pregnancy for new mums to be. Mr Duffy talks about what to look for in a doctor when you're pregnant and what to do if you experience pain or bleeding. Read more if you're on your way to becoming a parent.
HPV is a very common type of virus that usually doesn't present with symptoms. Acquired through genital contact, the sexually transmitted infection has links with cervical and anal cancers. We've asked one of our top gynaecologists Mr Jullien Brady how HPV causes these cancers.
As many as 1% of couples trying to have a baby are experiencing recurrent miscarriage. As upsetting as this can be, it is important to identify the cause to see if there is a possible solution. Gynaecologist Mr Yemi Kuponiyi tells us more about recurrent miscarriage.
It's an exciting time to discover that you're pregnant! However, research into what happens should include assessing your diet and nutritional needs. We've asked leading OBGYN Mr Keith Duncan for his expert advice on what NOT to eat when you're expecting.
Nutrition is important during pregnancy as eating a healthy diet ensures the optimal development and growth of your baby. We’ve asked top consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and Clinic Director at The Chelsea Birth Clinic in London, Mr Keith Duncan for his expert advice on which food groups to eat and which ones to avoid during your pregnancy.
The “vulva” is the external part of the female genitalia, although many confuse this area with the term "vagina". Mr Sandeep Sharma, a Consultant Gynaecologist, explains the common disorders of the vulva, as well as treatments required for these vulval conditions.
If you've just received abnormal test results from your smear test you may be wondering what happens next. Colposcopy is the next examination to follow that allows the cervix to be looked at under high magnification for further investigation. We've asked one of our top gynaecologists Mr Jullien Brady what happens and whether it's a painful procedure.